Samsung Galaxy S10 will be Powered by 7nm Chipset with Two Artificial Intelligence Cores: Report

Samsung is working on an entirely new 7nm EUV chipset that, according to the new report from ET News, it will have ‘two’ Artificial Intelligence cores. Until now we have seen the chipset having only one Artifical core. While the new Samsung ones will have two that means it will double up the power. Apple and Huawei have already taken a step towards the 7nm chipsets and now the Samsung will join the family with upcoming S10.

Yeah, Samsung is a little bit of late to launch their first 7nm chipset in the market. But… but it is for some obvious reasons. The S10 will not only be featured for its chipset. But as we have heard earlier leaked/rumored information, the S10 will have some exclusive features like ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor, under display camera, full-view display with almost 95% screen-to-body ratio.

So, the chipset name is unknown yet. However, as far we know, it will be the new generation of Exynos 9810. So, it might be called Exynos 9820. And reportedly it will be faster than existing Exynos 9810, currently installed on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. The new Exynos chipset will have two Artifical Intelligence cores. So, that means the chipset is designed to be more powerful that it can understand the human brain and to communicate with them. Let me make everything simple for you to understand. Samsung has created the processor to perform AI applications which will have provided their own cores to perform the operations.

The thing I am excited about is the new Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor tech. Because it will be even faster compared to the recent ones, optical fingerprint sensors. Now, if you just consider the time, the recent fingerprint sensor takes around 0.40 – 0.50 seconds to unlock your device. The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor designed for Samsung Galaxy S10 device going to be measurably larger in size compared to the recent one. It will cover the larger areas in order to provide greater compatibility. Today’s under-display fingerprint sensors cover a very small area. So, to unlock the phone, the user needs to place a finger on an accurate provided place. While the S10 ones will cover 30% of the area, so it will provide more flexibility.


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